Two-times World Championship medallist Fran Halsall is in fine early-season form after winning five medals at the Mediterranean Open.
Australian swimming great Grant Hackett has flown to the US to have treatment for an addiction to a sleeping medication.
Australian swimming great Ian Thorpe has been admitted to rehab suffering from depression.
Tom Daley signalled a job well done as he took gold in the 10m Platform at the 2014 British Gas National Cup in Southend.
Alicia Blagg completed her injury comeback to claim the women's 1m springboard diving title at the National Cup in Southend.
Triple Olympic gold medallist Rebecca Soni announced her retirement from swimming on Thursday.
She may have retired from the sport but two-time Olympic champion Rebecca Adlington will now become a mentor for young hopefuls.
Two South Korean government officials have been handed suspended six-month prison sentences after they were found guilty of forgery.
Michael Rock has announced his retirement from competitive international swimming, although he will still remain in the sport.
Olympic silver medallist Michael Jamieson helped Europe build up a confident lead over the US at swimming's Duel in the Pool.
The USA may have staged a late and dramatic comeback win over the European Allstars at the Duel in the Pool in Glasgow.
British Swimming head coach Bill Furniss believes the hard work is paying off after a series of impressive performances.
Michael Jamieson set a new British record on the way to silver in the 200m breaststroke at the 2013 European Championships.
Siobhan-Marie O’Connor won her second medal of the European Championships with bronze in the 100m Individual Medley.
Sweden's Sarah Sjostrom followed up silver in the 100m freestyle with gold in the 50m butterfly in Herning.
There were two fifth-place finishes for Fran Halsall in Denmark as Great Britain failed to add to their medal haul.